How to print on your notebook in 5 different ways
A very common question, learning how to print on the notebook is a question that many ask themselves, especially when buying a new machine.
Knowing how to print on the notebook is a useful skill, as you can use the tool to record messages exchanged between you and companies that are selling you something, remember some code and access – although apps for managing passwords be the most suitable – or have a copy of an order placed in online stores.
You don't need to pick up your smartphone and take a picture of the screen for that. In fact, there are a few different ways to save what's on your notebook screen.
See our complete guide below teaching the various methods you can use!
How to print on the notebook without installing programs
The first thing you need to know when you are learning how to print your notebook screen is that you do not need to install any programs if you don't want to.
Windows itself offers you more than one way to achieve this. The most classic, which has existed since the beginning of the operating system, is through the key Print Screen. Whenever you come across a screen you want to capture, just press the key.
Nothing happened? No problem, because she went to your PC's clipboard. To save it, you can open Paint or any image editor that is already installed, such as Adobe Photoshop.
After opening the program, just click the button Select. Then, right-click anywhere on the blank screen and select the option Necklace.
Tip: alternatively, you can use the key combination Ctrl + V.
Now, just click on File -> Save and name the screenshot you just took.
Tip: alternatively, you can take a print of the notebook screen also when using the key combination Windows + Print Screen. When you do this, the capture will be automatically saved to C: Users (YourName) Pictures Screenshots.
How to print your screen in Windows 10
With the arrival of Windows 10, there were more ways to learn how to print on the notebook. THE snip & sketch is one of those tools. It allows you to choose any key other than the Print Screen to use in the capture.
In addition, it is also possible to select specific areas, instead of capturing the entire screen. Want to know how to use it? Then do the key combination Windows + Shift + S right now!
Next, you can choose one of the buttons to define how the screenshot will be taken. Click on what we show below to learn how to capture only what you find relevant.
Now, highlight the part of the screen you want to capture, just drag the mouse to define the area.
After that, the print will be done. As in the previous method, it is necessary to open a photo application and paste the capture to save it on your computer.
How to capture screen on MacBook
If you have an Apple notebook, the process is similar, but there are still some differences. Therefore, it is also important to show how to print on the MacBook notebook.
Doing this is very simple, just press the key combination Shift + Command + 3 or Shift + Command + 4. In the first option, you capture the entire screen. In the second, you can mark only a part, using your mouse to draw a rectangle where you want to capture.
How to print on notebook with Monosnap
If you still prefer to use another program to capture screens on your computer, Monosnap is one of the most suitable solutions. Available for free download on Windows or Mac, just click on the link to download and install the program.
One of the advantages of Monosnap is the possibility of making small edits in the capture, making it possible to include arrows, insert text or even apply the blur effect, protecting sensitive information.
After installation, you can take screenshots at any time using the key combinations Alt + Ctrl + 6 or Alt + Ctrl + 5. While the first one captures the entire screen, the second one only prints a part.
When making a print, an editing window will appear, in which you can apply the effects we mentioned. After editing, you can click Save to save the image to your PC or to Upload to generate an access link. Anyone with that link will be able to see the image you captured from the notebook.
Tip: remember that Monosnap is also used to record videos!
How do you usually take prints on the notebook?
With these methods, you can easily capture any screen on your computer. Which one is your favorite or the most practical? Comment with us!